Carry-over from Sixth National Assembly The journey to a further amendment of the 1999 Constitution (as amended) started almost immediately the Senate Constitution Review Committee (SCRC) rounded off work in 2010. Shortly after the National Assembly and two-thirds of the state Houses of Assembly approved the amendments, which galvanized and guided the April 2011
Daily Archives: October 18, 2012
Each time I have written on Dr Alex Ifeanyichukwu Ekwueme, Nigeria’s Vice President in the second Republic, I have faced the challenge of deciding how to handle the historical part of the job. History, after all, is not just what happened but our interpretation of that. Ekwueme is more than Samuel Johnson’s ‘man of history’.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Dahiru Abubakar, has ordered the restriction of movements in and around Akure, the Ondo State capital, from 6am-6pm, beginning today, as part of efforts to ensure adequate security for the forthcoming gubernatorial elections in the state on Saturday.
Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State yesterday announced the removal of 41 zonal inspectors and chief inspectors of education and local government education officers over non-performance
No plea was taken and the Chief Magistrate, Emmanuel Woke, of Court 1, ordered that the accused persons be remanded in prison custody
Chevron has been involved in full sponsorship of two tennis events namely: The Junior Tennis Clinic and the Junior Masters Tournament. The events are aimed at youths between 5 to18 years of age. While the clinic provides the avenue for the youth to show case their skills where worthy
The Mimiko Campaign Organisation (MCO) has thanked the people of Ondo State for their support and show of love for the state Governor, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko while his campaign for re-election lasted. It assured the people that Mimiko, who is the candidate of the Labour Party (LP),
At a point, a man successfully inserted a torchlight into her private part, while others held her legs apart to make the bestial act easy
President Goodluck Jonathan yesterday swore in the new chairman of the Independent and Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC), Mr. Nta Ekpo, with a charge to him to live to his much-touted credibility, saying he will be personally disappointed should he fail Nigerians.